TOP DESIGNS 2009
CLOSED – 26 July 2009
The exhibition at  Melbourne Museum has now
finished but you may still be able to see
some of the work by clicking 'The AGE' link
on the left


CLICK 'VICmembers' - see top right   
for information about
2009 ADVICE FOR SCHOOL ASSESSMENT

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REMINDERS NONE AT THE MOMENT

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TOP DESIGNS 2009
CLOSED - 26 July 2009

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REMINDERS
NONE AT THE MOMENT
2009 TEST QUESTIONS
Use these questions for exam practice and to test the
understanding and skills of your students
More questions have been added - Questions 1 and 8
- and the remainder will be added over the next
month
CLICK HERE  

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JUMPOLA
The BIG list of Graphic Design resources
You could spend hours following all the links
suggested by Chuck Green. Ideas and information
(mainly USA) in sections such as 'PRINT', 'WEB',
'ILLUS', 'PHOTO', 'TYPE'
CLICK HERE   

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF GRAPHIC
COMMUNICATION
From 35000BC
CLICK HERE     
EXTERNAL WEBSITE

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN  
Exhibition at Federation Square NGV
Until 13 September 2009
Draw the Line: the Architecture of LAB
The exhibitionl consists of conceptual material,
working drawings and models.
CLICK HERE  
EXTERNAL WEBSITE

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DESIGNING TYPE
Kris Sowersby started the Klim Type Foundry in
2005, currently based in Wellington, New Zealand.
Have a look at his sketchbooks
CLICK HERE  

NEW ZEALAND: EXHIBITION
PRINTING TYPES
New Zealand Type Design since 1870
CLICK HERE

DESIGN YOUR OWN TYPEFACE   
CLICK HERE  

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PACKAGING AWARDS
PACKAGING COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA
Notification of 2009 awards due, but here are the
2008 results
LINKS TO OTHER UPDATED PAGES
CLICK HERE    

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UPDATED
SIGNAGE
CLICK HERE  

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INFORMATION
including  WHAT'S ON
LOGIN TIME EXPIRES AFTER 180 MINUTES OF INACTIVITY
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2004-2007
Viewing strongly
recommended
SEPTEMBER 2009
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INDEX A-C
INDEX D-L
INDEX M-P
INDEX Q-Z
including VCE



HOME PAGE
MELBOURNE MUSEUM
has images of some of
the
best work (with
captions) from
TOP DESIGNS
2005
Exhibition
and previous years

EXCELLENT
CLICK HERE
LINK UPDATED NOV 2008
LAST MONTH
AUGUST 2009
ARCHIVES
includes
THE BEST OF 2009
THE BEST OF 2007
LAST MONTH:
see below - right side panel
The AGE photo gallery
showing student work on
display at Melbourne
Museum
CLICK HERE
2008 VCE EXAM
Useful info for all teachers
Download copy - PDF Document
CLICK HERE
External website
also
CHIEF ASSESSOR'S REPORT
*** NOW AVAILABLE ***


VICTORIA
VELS
CLICK HERE  


STUDENT WORK
To see work already submitted
CLICK HERE
More student work now needed from other
members please
PLEASE EMAIL ONE PIECE OF WORK FROM ONE
OF YOUR STUDENTS at any level
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AUGUST'S NEW PAGES
THE BEST OF 2008
2008 EXAM REPORT
The Chief Assessor's Report of the
2008 VCE Visual Communication
and Design Exam is now available
on the VCAA website
FOR A SUMMARY ON THIS
WEBSITE
CLICK HERE   

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2009 TEST QUESTIONS
Use these questions for exam
practice and to test the
understanding and skills of your
students
More questions will be added over
the next month - at the moment
there are Questions 2, 3 and most of
Question 6
CLICK HERE  

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NEW
CITY OF MELBOURNE LOGO
When Melbourne's new  logo was
announced last week
JULY 2009,
critics lined up to declare the
futuristic M design more  mundane
than magnificent
CLICK HERE   

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NEW
ANZ LOGO  
ANZ says the three petals of its new
“lotus� logo signify Australia,
New Zealand and Asia Pacific.
In the logo’s negative space —
in between the “lotus� petals
— you can clearly make out
the shape of a person with uplifted
arms. This represents the bank’s
customers and people.
CLICK HERE     

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN  
Exhibition at Federation Square
NGV
Draw the Line: the Architecture of
LAB
presents the process of architectural
design through the material of the
Federation Square NGV archive
together with LAB’s subsequent
projects. It explains how architects
think about their designs and how
concepts and processes become
realised as architecture. The
exhibitionl consists of conceptual
material, working drawings and
models.
CLICK HERE  
EXTERNAL WEBSITE

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ARCHIVES
NOW INCLUDES 'BEST OF 2009'
Find what you want easier/quicker
CLICK HERE

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2010 ANNUAL FEE - NO CHANGE
$40  or  $60  for 2 or more teachers
INVOICES TO BE MAILED 5 OCTOBER  
PAYMENT BY
EFT AVAILABLE TO VICTORIAN SCHOOLS
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